This year we have had the chance to interview so many inspiring humans hiking trails all over the world. 2017 was the year of empowered individuals looking to accomplish the unthinkable. In February, right before I had Patrick, I read a blog post about a couple that was gearing up for their thru-hike with their infant. It was one of the most inspiring stories I have followed on social media and encompassed exactly what Backcountry Momma is all about. Adventure is possible no
It can be intimidating bringing a newborn out into the woods for the first time. Having the comfort of your home and all the fun amenities for baby can be hard to leave behind. Five months after our little fella was born and finally sleeping through the night, we thought it was the perfect time to get out and get some fresh air for a couple nights. Although most trips don’t go as planned with little nuggets, one thing we did right was get everything he needed into our packs!
Celebrating our two year anniversary, my husband planned a spontaneous getaway to the Appalachian Trial ("AT") to visit Rock Spring Cabin, located in the Shenandoah National Park. Back when him and his buddy, Chris, were section hiking the AT, they met up with Casey's father, Warren and did a fun day hike on the trail. They stumbled upon Rock Springs Cabin when passing the shelter right off of the trail and stayed on the porch to take advantage of the fireplace and AMAZING lo